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1912 - 1916 

The Bacchanal Rag, 1912 

Waiting for the Robert E. Lee, 1912 

Please Don't Take My Lovin' Man Away, 1912 

My Sumurun Girl, 1912 

Softly Thro' the Summer Night, 1912 

Parisienne, 1912 

Ring Ting-A-Ling, 1912 

Rum Turn Tiddle, 1912 

Ragging the Bahy to Sleep, 1912 

Ha-Za-Za, 1912 

That Mellow Melody, 1912 

In the Night, 1913 

In the Candle-Light, 1913 

Something Seems Tingle-Ingleing, 1913 

Lover of Mine, 1913 

Just Because It's You, 1913 

There's A Long, Long Trail, 1913 

Suzi, I'm Ticking Love Taps, 1914 

Oh, Mister Moon Man, 1914 

When It's Night-Time Down in Burgundy, 1914 

./hen I Discovered You, 1914 

Settle Down in a One-Horse Town, 1914 

There's A Little Spark of Love Still Burning, 1914 

Fascinating Night, 1914 



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1912 - 1916 

Hello Hawaii, How Are You, 1915 

When I Get Back to the U. S. A., 1915 

When You're Down in Louisville, 1915 

It's Tulip Time in Holland, 1915 

Hicki-Hoy, 1915 

Because It's You, 1915 

All For You, 1915 

An Old Fashioned Garden in Virginia, 1915 

Two Laughing Irish Eyes, 1915 

Katie Clancy, 1915 

In the Garden of Romance, 1915 

So Long Letty, 1915 

Throw Me a Rose, 1915 

I've Got the Army Blues, 1916 

Pretty Baby, 1916 

There's a Little Bit of Bad in Every Good Little Girl, 1916 

Drift With Me, 1916 

Honeymoon Inn, 1916 

O'Brien is Tryin' to Learn to Talk Hawaiian, 1916 

Bachelor Days, 1916 

I've Got the Blues for Home Sweet Home, 1916 

Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula, 1916 

And I Am All Alone, 1916 

Arrah Go On I'm Gonna Go Back to Oregon, 1916 



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THE BACCHANAL RAD 






BY 



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INTRODUCED 
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THE FOLLOWING HITS 

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Winter Garden Production 

Published in Single Sheet Form: 



My Sumurun Girl 

The Gaby Glide 

How Do You Do, Miss Ragtime 
Oriental Rose 

Billy Ballou 

Cinderella Waltz 

That Baboon Baby Dance 

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Words by 
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"Oh You Beauty" 



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"Waiting For The Robert E Lee" 



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Ragtime Cowboy Joe 

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Ragging The Baby To Sleep 

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Popular Songs 



by 



Albert Von Tilzer 



Please Don't Take My Lovin' Man Away 

Good Night, Mr. Moon 

That Hypnotizing Man 

That College Rag 

I Would Like To Try It 

That's My Personality 

Where You Goin' 

Kentucky Sue 

Whose Little Girl Are You Now 

I've Been A Long Time Looking For A Girl Like You 

Put Your Arms Around Me Honey 

I Want Someone to Flirt With Me 

Hold Me Just A Little Closer 

On The New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Oh, That Moonlight Glide 

You Remind Me of Someone I Want To Forget 

I'm Going to Steal Some Other Fellow's Girl 

BALLADS : 

Good Bye, Sweetheart, Good Bye 3 Keys 

The Song That Reaches Irish Hearts 

Because I'm In Love With You I'd Give My Life For You 

If Tears were Pearls Beautiful Song 

Love Once Again In The Springtime Heart of My Heart 



If your dealer cannot supply you with any of the above Songs 
we will*, on receipt of 25c each, mail copies anywhere. 



The York Music Company 

ALBERT VON TILZER, Mgr. 
1367 Broadway, New York, U. S. A. 



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MY SUMURUN GIRL 

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Cor Broadway 6 Thirty Ninth itreet. 
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Love's Own Sweet Song, 60 

My Faithful Stradivari, 60 

Love Has Wings, . . . 60 

Ha-za-za, 60 

Pick A Husband, . . . 60 

Follow Me --_-_ 60 

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Marry Me - 60 

Simple Little Village Maid - 60 

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Good Night, Mr. Moon 

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Where You Goin' 

Kentucky Sue 

Whose Little Girl Are You Now 

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I'm Going to Steal Some Other Fellow's Girl 

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Because I'm In Love With You I'd Give My Life For You 

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This is the musical comedy which JULIAN ELTINGE is 
appearing in at the Colonial Theatre, Chicago, indefinitely with 
unheard of success. The musical numbers : 

The Fascinating Widow 60 

To be a Blushing Bride 60 

Love is the Theme of My Dreams . .60 

Everybody Likes a College Girl . . .60 

Put Your Arms Around Me . . . .60 

Don't You Make a Noise 60 

To Take a Dip in the Ocean ... .60 

The Eltinge Moorish Dance 60 

The Waltz .75 The Selection $1.00 

The first named piece, The Fascinating Widow, is the 
irresistible little waltz melody which Mr. Eltinge sings, it runs all 
through the play and is absolutely contageous. 

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VOCAL 

Softly thro' the Summer 

Night 60 

Love's Own Sweet Song, 60 

My Faithful Stradivari, 60 

Love Has Wings, . . . 60 

Ha-za za, fciO 

Pick A Husband, . . . 60 

Follow Me --___ qq 

Paris ------- 60 

Marry M*^ - 60 

Simple Little Village Maid - 60 

Vive Le Roi - - 60 

Time Oh Time You Tyrant King 60 

INSTRUMEN TAL 
One Step or Trot - - 60 
Waltz 76 

Selection - - l.OO 

Complete Vocal Score 2.00 



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These are the Numbers You Hear all over Europe and find on Programs 
of every Prominent American Orchestral Leader and Bandmaster. 



"AMINA" Song 



and Serenade Egyptienne .Paul Lincke 
March Paul Lincke 



"Beautiful Persia" (Belle Pene) . . 
"Berceuse Tcndrc'' (II Fait Si 

Bon Pres De Toi) Berceuse, also Song. ..Leo Deniderff 

•"BRUDERLEIN FEIN" Waltz Leo Fall 

"Bunch of Roses" (El Punao de 

Rosas) Spanish March & Song . R. Chapi 

"BUTTERFLIES" (Schmetter- 

lings) 1 ntermezzo & Song . . . Arthur Stcinke 

"Cocheco" Ala son Love Dance . . Ernest Reeves 

"Coon's Birthday" Cakewalk & Two-Step. Paul Lincke 

"County Fair" (Bifalco Parade) . . . Characteristic F. Volpatti, Jr. 

"Cunning Cupid" Serenade WUh. Aletter 

"Dance of the Little Feet" (Petits 

Pieds) Gavotte Gastonde BreviUe 

"Dandy Dan" Two-Step & Cakewalk. Julien Fredericks 

"DREAM KISSES" Song and Intermezzo D' Amour. .Earle E. Wilson 

"Dream Flowers" (Was Blumcn 

Traumen) Waltz Intermezzo S. Translateur 

"DRUIDS PRAYER" Valse. also Song Gordon Davson 

"DOWN SOUTH" Sketch W. H. Myddleton 

"Die Musterwciber" Waltzes Franz Werther 

"El Cahira" Intermezzo Geo. Mewes 

"Eden Valse" Waltz Louis Iff 

"FIREFLIES (Geburtstag Stand- 

chen) I dyl, also Song Paul Lincke 

"Flowers That We Love" (Les 

Fleurs que nous aimons) Song Octave Cremieux 

"Fresh Flowers" (Frische Bluraen). I ntermezzo Paul Lincke 

"Folies Bergere" March Paul Lincke 

"GOLD AND SILVER" Waltz Fran* Lehar 

"GLOW WORM (Gluhwurm- 

chen) Idyl, also Song Paul Lincke 

"HOBOMOKO" Indian Romance Ernest Reeves 

"Hanako" Song and Japanese Intermezzo ..Will Aletter 

"Hour of Love" (Hcure du 
Berger) Pastoral Serenade A. Tellier 

"In Spite of You" (Malgre Toil).. Song and Valse Joseph Rico 

"IN THE SHADOWS" Dance, also Song Herman Finck 

"IMAM" Song and Mcham'dan Serenade.. Nat D. Mann 

"Indiana" March & Two-Step Cremieux & 

Boldi 
"Kwang Hsu" (Tean Tse) Chinese Characteristic. Paul Lincke 

"LUN A WALTZ" (Frau Luna) . . . Waltz Paul Lincke 

"Love's Fancies" (Sinnbild) Waltz Paul Lincke 

"Laughing Cavalier" (Wenn die 

Bombe Platzt) March & Two-Step Paul Lincke 

"Love's Island" (Die Licbcsinsel) . March & Two-Step Paul Lincke 

"LAUGHING LOVE" (L'Amour 

Qui Rit) Song and March & Two-Step H. Christine 

"Lady Hamilton" Waltzes V. Hollaender 

"L'AMOUR DE L'APACHE" Valse G. Molasso 

"LA POLICHINETTE" Two-Step Valvcrde & 

Torregrosa 
"LYSISTRATA" Waltz Paul Lincke 

La Guapa" March Andalouse J. Buisson 

..J-, lllne " Tango Christine 

L Amour Valse Christine 

"Many Happy Returns" (Oh Ihr 

Weibcr) March & Two-Step .... Paul Lincke 

Mtistersingcr von Berlin" Potpourri Paul Lincke 

Mystic Beauty" \ Veil Dance Herman Finck 

MARSINAH" Valse Orientale Philippe Carton 

Malmaison" V a l se p edro de Zulueta 

Magic Shauows" Waltz N. Zardo 

"MARIETTE" (Mariechcn-Marie). Character Piece &Song.Stcrny & 
■>w ^>i_ ■•• Courquin 

Mon (.hen Waltz Rudolphe Beretr 

."5IXS^V, A o, ( ,5?.r dl » L » J° lic > March - a| so Song D. Berniaux 

~..m£R?Ex, iSl. Wa,tz v - Hollaender 

— MODERN EVE" Selection V. Hollaender 



-MISS DUDELSACK" Waltz Rudolph Nel,„» 

••"MISS DUDELSACK" Selection ... R Nelson 

"My Paradise" (Mon Paradis) Song Candiolo & B. 

Macdonald 

'.'.K," V i! da " « irWJ - ' • V. ,9, ri f nUl In <"™zzo • • E. B. Claypoole 

"Nights of Gladness" Waltz Chas AnclinY 

"NIGHT OWLS" (La Ronde du Ai-Hlte 

■•M° ir) v J" A:' ', ,. X?'f e Vincent Scotto 

New Valse Chaloupec \V altz Pctrus Martin 

"On the Road to Zag-a-Zig" A Desert Journey Herman Finck 

"ON THE BOSPORUS" (Am " 

Bosporus) Turkish Intermezzo . . Paul Lincke 

"Outside Inn" (Gehn wir noch 

in's Cafe) March & Two-Step Paul Lincke 

"PARADE OF TIN SOLDIERS" 

(Parade der Zinn Soldaten) March; also Song Leon Jessel 

"Pavanne Rccamier" Dance "Recamier" A. Tellier 

"Piquant" (Pikanterien) Waltz Franz Lehar 

"Paul Lincke's Barn Dance" Barn Dance Paul Lincke 

"Police Parade" (Schutzmann's 

Marsch) March Paul Lincke 

•"ROSE MAID" Waltz Bruno Granich- 

staedten 

**"ROSE MAID" Selection B. Granichstaed 

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"SAINTS AND SINNERS" Valse Lente Gordon Davson 

"SPRING, BEAUTIFUL 

SPRING" (O, Friihling wie bist 

du so Schon) Waltz Paul Lincke 

"SOFTLY UNAWARES" (Heim- 
lich, Still und Leise) Idyl, also Song Paul Lincke 

"SIAMESE PATROL" (Siames- 

ische Wachtparade) March Paul Lincke 

"SHEILA VALSE" Waltz Nemo 

"SHEILA'S WEDDING" One or Two-Step Nemo 

•"SIREN" Waltz Leo Fall 

••"SIREN" Selection No. 1 Leo Fall 

••"SIREN" Selection No. 2 Leo Fall 

"SUMURUN" Intermezzo, also Song.V. Hollaender 

"Suraurun" Parade V. Hollaender 

•"SUMURUN" Waltz V. Hollaender 

••"Sumurun" Selection V. Hollaender 

"SARASA" Dance Juan Valverde 

•"SPRING MAID" Waltz H. Reinhardt 

•♦'SPRING MAID" Selection Reinhardt 

"Spring Maid" March H. Reinhardt 

"Thais" Valse Lente Oriental.. E. C. Knox 

"That Fascinating Waltz" Waltz Paul Lincke 

'Tire, Tire, Ninette!" March Christine 

"Tout en Rose" Celebre Marche Vincent Scotto 

"Tout a' Vous" Valse Petite W. H. Tyers 

"UNREQUITED LOVE" (Vcr- 

schmahte Liebc) Waltz .Paul Lincke 

"Under Love's Window" (Untcr 

Liebchen's Fenster) Waltz Paul Lincke 

Valse Bebe" Waltz Gordon H. B. 

Vcssey 

"VALSE SEPTEMBRE" Waltz, also Song Felix Godin 

"VERA VIOLETTA" Waltz, also Song Edmund Eysler 

"Valse Slave" Waltz Jean Savasta 

"Venus on Earth" (Venus auf 
Erden) ■ ' . Waltz Paul Lincke 

"WHISTLE FOP. ME" Serenade Two-Step . . .Arthur Fane 

"Whistling Tramps" (Lustige 

Landstreicher) American Intermezzo.. A. Tellier 

"Wedding Dance" (Hochzeits- 

reigen) Waltz Paul Lincke 

"YOU WILL NEVER KNOW" . _. 

(Tu ne Sauras Jamais) Waltz, also Song Joseph Kico 

"Zu Dir" (To Thee) Waltz Max R. Steiner 

"ZAMBESI DANCE" (La Dance „ , _,,,, 

du Zambtzc) Two-Step Ch. Bore.-Lier c 



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At Morn (Au Matin) B. Godard 

Berceuse, Op. 38. No. t -E. Grieg 

Berceuse (From Jocelyn) Trim B. Godard 

Berceuie. Op. 57 F. Chopin 

Butterfly (Le Papllton) C. LeiaJlee 

Chant Sam Paroles (Song without words) Op. 2, No. 3. 

P. Tsi'haikowsky 

Humoreike A. Dvorak 

Love's Greeting (Salut d'Amour) E. Elgar 

Menuet, Op. 14, No. I I. J. PaderewsM 

Minute Walt*, Op. 64, No. I F. Chopin 

Nooturne, Op. 9. No. 2 F. Chopin 

Pas Des Amphoree, Op. 37, No. 2 C. Chamlnado 

Polish Dance, A X. Schanvenia, 

Scarf Dance (Pas des Echarpes), Op. 37, No. 3 C. Chamlnado 

Serenata. Op. 15, No. I M. Moszkowsld 

Second Mazurka, Op. 54 B. Godard 

Second Valse Brillante, Op. 56 B. Godard 

Valse Arabesuue T. Lack 

Valse Lente (Sylvia) L. Delibes 

Why? (Warum?) R. Schumann 

witches' Oanoe (Hexentani) E. MacDoweU 




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CONTENTS 

Angel's Serenade G. Braga 

Anltra's Dance (from "Peer Gynt") E. H. Grieg 

Asa's Tod (from "Peer Gynt") E. H. Grieg 

Cantabrle (from "Samson and Dellla") C. Saint-Saens 

Cavatina O. Schmidt 

Cradle Song M. Hauser 

Chant Sans Paroles P. Tschaikowskj 

Dance Caprice ...E. H. Grieg 

Elysium (Reverie) G. L. Spaulding 

Gavote (Entre Aote from "Mlgnon") A. G. Thomas 

La Clnquantalne G. P. Marie 

Largo (from "Xerxes") G. F. Handel 

Melody In F A. Rubinstein 

Nocturne, Opus 9, No. 2 F. Chopin 

Melody M. Moszkowski 

Reverie B. C. Fauconler 

Romance R. Schumann 

Salut d'Amour (Love's Greeting) E. Elgar 

Serenade Badlr,* G. P. Marie 

Sextet (from "Ucla") G. Donlzettd 

Simple Confession F. Thome 

Song of the Zvenlng Star (from "Tannhaueer") R. Wagner 

Spring Song. F. Mendelsohn- Bartholdy 

Trau mere! R. Schumann 

Wooing Winds (Berceuse).... G. J. Trinkaus 




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Berceuse F. Renard 

Cavatina, Op. 85, No. 3 J. J. Raft" 

Chant Sans Paroles (Song without worde)....P. Tschalkow&ky 
Consolation (Song without words}... F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy 

Cradle Song M. Hauser 

Dreams (Traume) R. Wagner 

Humoreske, Op. 101, No. 7 A. Dvorak 

Intermezzo i Cavalier i a Rusticana) P. Mascagnl 

La Clnquantalne (The Golden Wedding) G. Marie 

Love's Greeting (Salut d' Amour) Op. 12 Sir E. W. Elgar 

Melodle Op. 18, No. I M. Moszkowsld 

Palms, The < Us Rameaux) J. B. Fau~a 

Resignation C. Roma 

Romance R. Schumann 

Secret, The (Intermezzo) L. Gamier 

Serenade (Stan don en) Op. 135 F. Schubert 

Serenade Badlne G. P. Marie 

Song to the Evening Star ..R. Wagner 

Sounds from the Ball Room (Loin du Ball) E. unlet 

Spring Song (FrOhllngslled) F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy 

Traumerel R. Schumann 

With Love (Con Amore) P. Beaumont 




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CONTENTS * 

Anltra's Danoe ("Peer Gynt." Op. 46, No. 3) D. H. Grieg 

Angels' Serenade (La Serenata) G. Braga 

Barcarolle (Tales of Hoffmann) J. Offenbach 

Cavatina Op. 41 0. Schmidt 

Cradle Song (Chanson de Berceau) Op. II, No. 2.. A. Hauser 

Dance Caprice, Op. 28, No. 3 E. H. Grieg 

Entr' Acte Gavotte (Mlgnon) A. Thomas 

Humoreske, Op. 101. No. 7 A. Dvorak 

La Clnquantalne (The Golden Wedding) G. P. Marie 

Nocturne, Op. 9, No. 2 F. Chopin 

Reverie B. C. Fauconler 

Romance R. Schumann 

Salut D'Amour (Love's Greeting) Op. 12 Sir 35. W. Elgar 

Serenade Badlne G. P. Marie 

Sextet (Lucia dl Lammermoor) G. Donizetti 

Song to the Evening Star (Tannhauier) R, Wagner 

Souvenir „.. „ F. Drdla 

Traumerel R. Schumann 

Valse. Op. 64, No. I F. Chopin 

Zlnoala (Danse Espagnole) E. Hoist 



CONTENTS 

Celestial Alda (Celeste Alda) from "Aida" G. Verdi 

Flight of Ages, The F. Bevan 

Good Bye F. P. Toetl 

Heaven and Ocean (Clelo e mar) from "Gloconda" 

A. Ponchlelll 

I Love Thee (Ich Llebe dlch) E. Grieg 

Imp of Dreams (A Serenade) W. E. Haesche 

Lass with the Delicate Air, The T. A. Ame 

Last Night (Schnsucht) H. Kjerulf 

Like a Dream (M'Appari) from "Martha" F. von Flotow 

Lotus Flower. The (Die Lotus Blume) R. Schumann 

Obstination (A Resolve) H. de Fontenaltlea 

Oh Fair, Oh Sweet and Holy (Du Blst Wle Elne Blume) 

O. Cantor 
Plume In the Summer Wind (La Donna e Mobile) 

from "Rigoletto" G. Verdi 

Serenade (Standchen) J. Raff 

Serenade (Standchen) F. Schubert 

Serenade (La Serenata) F. P. Tostl 

Spirit So Fair (Spirto gentll) from "La Favorlta" 

G. Donizetti 

Song o( Sunshine, A A. G. Thomas 

Songs My Mother Taught Me (Als die alte Mutter) 

A. Dvorak 
Winds In the Trees A. G. Thonioe 




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CONTENTS 

Carmena H. Wilson 

If My Song had Wings for Flying R Hahn 

I'm T Han I a C. L. A. Thomaa 

In the Time of Roses It. Reichardt 

Just You and I F. E. Tours 

Last Night H. Kjerulf 

Love Me To-day To-morrow May Never Come E. R. Bail 

Lullaby (Jocelyn) B. Godard 

Oft In the Stilly Night T. Moore 

Loving Heart Trust On L, M. Gottschalk 

Provenoal Song E. Dell' Acaua 

Serenade G. Pierno 

Sing, Smile, Slumber C. Gounod 

Snow Flakes F. H. Cowen 

Song, Jest, Perfume and Dances C. Gounod 

Stars of the Summer Night B. Tours 

Swiss Echo Song C. Eckert 

Vlllanelle E. Dell' Acqua 

When Love Is Kind Arr. by A. L. 

Without Thee Mra. W. T. Rhodes 




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CONTENTS 

All Through the Night Old Welsh Air 

Anchored W. M. Watson 

Blow, Blow Thou Wintry Wind J. Sarjeant 

Clang of the Forge P. Rodney 

Clang of the Hammer T. Bonheur 

Drink to Me only with Thine Eyei Anonymous 

Erl-KIng, The (Erlkonlg) F. Schuhert 

Even Bravest Heart May Swell, from "Faust" C. Gounod 

Flight ot Ages, The F. Bevan 

I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby F. Clay 

I'm a Romer, from "Son and Stranger" F. Mendelsohn 

Lost Chord, The A. S. Sullivan 

Mona S. Adams 

Song of Thanksgiving, A F. Allltsen 

Evening Star, The from "Tannhauser" R. Wagner 

Star ot the Desert T. Bonheur 

Voices of the Woods (Rubinstein's Melody In F) 

W. M. Watson 
When Summer Days Depart F. Tours 




DAVID BISPHAM. 



CONTENTS 

Simon the Cellerer J, L. Hatton 

Gypsy John F. Clay 

Out on the Deep F. N. Lohr 

Mighty Deep. The W. H. Judo 

Wanderer F. Schubert 

My Lodging Is the Cellar Here C. Mtichler 

Song of Hybrias the Creton J. W. Elliott 

Bandolero l. Stuart 

I Fear No Foe c. PinsuU 

Horn, The A. Flegier 

Friar of Orders Gray W. Shield 

Two Grenadiers R. A. Schumann 

Three Fishers 3. Hullan 

Yoeman's Wedding Song Prince Poniatowaki 

Within this Sacred Dwelling W. A. Mozart 

It Was Not So To Be v. B. Neealer 

Exile, The c. Keller 

Calm Is the Night C. Bohm 

When I am all Your Own F. Toura 



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CONTENTS 

Berceuse F. Renard 

Cavatina, Op. 85 No. 3 J. J. Raff 

Chant Sans Paroles (Song without words).... P. Tschalkowsky 
Consolation (Song without words)... F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy 

Cradle Song M. Hauser 

Dreams (Traume) R. Wagner 

Humortske Op. 101, No. 7 A. Dvorak 

Intermezzo (Cavallerla Rusticana) P. Mascagnl 

La Clnquantalne (The Golden Wedding) Q, Marie 

Love's Greeting (Salut d' Amour) Op. 12 Sir E. W. Elgar 

Melodie Op. 18. No. I M. Moszkowakl 

Palms, The (Les Rameux) J. B. Faur'* 

Resignation C. Roma 

Romance R. Schumann 

Secret, The (Intermezzo) L. Gautler 

Serenade (Standchen) Op. 135 F. Schubert 

Serenade Badlne G. P- Marie 

Song to the Evening Star ...R. Wagner 

Sounds from the Ball Room (Loin du Ball) E. Olllet 

Spring Song (Fruhiingslled) F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy 

Traumerel R. Schumann 

With Love (Con Amour) P. Beaumont 



CONTENTS 

Ase's Tod ("Peer Gynt") Op. 46, No E. H. Grieg 

Berceuse (in G) F. Renard 

Cantablle (Samson et Dellla) r. Saint-Saens 

Cradle Song (Chanson de Berceu) Op. II, No. 2 M. Hauser 

Cavatina, Op. 85, No. 3 J. J. Raff 

Humoreske, Op. 10 1, No. 7 A. Dvorak 

La Clnquantalne (The Golden Wedding) G. P. Marie 

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Teenie-Eenie Weenie 60 

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Pretty Little Suzi 60 

The Little Love-tenant . 60 
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"Folies Bergcrc" 

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Berceuse, also Song... Leo Deniderff 
Waltz Leo Fall 

Spanish March & Song.R. Chapi 

Intermezzo & Song. . .Arthur Steinke 
Alasxan Love Dance .. Ernest Reeves 
Cakewalk & Two-Step. Paul Lincke 

Characteristic F. Volpatti, Jr. 

Serenade Wilh. Aletter 

Gavotte Gastonde Breville 

Two-Step & Cakewalk. Julien Fredericks 
Intermezzo D'Amour. . Earle E. Wilson 

Waltz Intermezzo S. Translateur 

Valse. also Song Gordon Davson 

Sketch W. H. Myddleton 

Waltzes Franz Werther 

Intermezzo Geo. Mewes 

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Idyl, also Song Paul Lincke 

Song Octave Cremieux 

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March Paul Lincke 

Waltz Franz Lehar 

Idyl, also Song Paul Lincke 

. Indian Romance Ernest Reeves 

Japanese Intermezzo ..Will Aletter 

Pastoral Serenade .... A. Tellier 



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"IN THE SHADOWS'* Dance, also Song Herman Finck 

"IMAM" Song and Mcham'dan Serenade.. Nat D. Mann 

"Indiana" March & Two-Step Cremieux & 

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"Kwang Hsu" (Tean Tse) Chinese Characteristic. 

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"Love's Fancies" (Sinnbild) Waltz 

"Laughing Cavalier" (Wenn die 

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"LA POLICHINETTE" Two-Step 

"LYSISTRATA" Waltz 

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L Amour Valse 



"Many Happy Returns" (Oh Ihr 

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Meistcrsingcr von Berlin" Potpourri 

"ys' 1 ' Beauty" A Veil Dance 

MARSINAH" Valse Orientale 



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Paul Lincke 

Paul Lincke 
Paul Lincke 

H. Christine 
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J. Buisson 
Christine 
Christine 

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Paul Lincke 
Herman Finck 
Philippe Carton 
Pedro de Zulueta 
N. Zardo 
Stcrny & 

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Rudolphe Berger 
D. Berniaux 
V. Hollaender 
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"My Paradise" (Mon Paradis) Song Candiolo & B 

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"Nuvida" Oriental Intermezzo ..E. B. Clavniuil.. 

"Nights of Gladness" Waltz Chas An WJ 

"NIGHT OWLS" (La Rondc du AlKllfft 

S° ir ) • • ■ • ■ • • ■ ■ Valse Vincent Scotto 

'New Valse Chaloupec Waltz Pctrus Martin 

"On the Road to Zag-a-Zig" A Desert Journey Herman Finclt 

"ON THE BOSPORUS" (Am "" 

Bosporus) Turkish Intermezzo . . Paul Lincke 

"Outside Inn" (Gehn wir noch 

in's Cafe) March & Two-Step Paul Lincke 

"PARADE OF TIN SOLDIERS" 

(Parade der Zinn Soldaten) March,- also Song Leon Jcssel 

"Pavanne Rccamier" Dane* "Recamier" A. Tellier 

"Piquant" (Pikantericn) Waltz Franz Lehar 

"Paul Lincke's Barn Dance" Barn Dance Paul Lincke 

"Police Parade" (Schutzmann's 

Marsch) March Paul Lincke 

•"ROSE MAID" Waltz Bruno Granich. 

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••"ROSE MAID" Selection B. Granichstaed 

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"SAINTS AND SINNERS" Valse Lente Gordon Davson 

"SPRING, BEAUTIFUL 

SPRING" (O, Friihling wie bist 

du so Schon) Waltz Paul Lincke 

"SOFTLY UNAWARES" (Heim- 
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"SIAMESE PATROL" (Siaraes- 

ische Wachtparade) March Paul Lincke 

"SHEILA VALSE" Waltz Nemo 

"SHEILA'S WEDDING" One or Two-Step Nemo 

•"SIREN" Waltz Leo Fall 

••"SIREN" Selection No. 1 Leo Fall 

••"SIREN" Selection No. 2 Leo Fall 

"SUMURUN" Intermezzo, also Song.V. Hollaender 

"Surnurun" Parade V. Hollaender 

•"SUMURUN" Waltz V. Hollaender 

••"Sumurun" Selection V. HoUacndcr 

"SARASA" Dance Juan Valvcrde 

•"SPRING MAID" Waltz H. Reinhardt 

""SPRING MAID" Selection Reinhardt 

"Spring Maid" March H. Reinhardt 

"Thais" Valse Lente Oriental . . E. C. Knox 

"That Fascinating Waltz" Waltz Paul Lincke 

'Tire, Tire, Ninette!" March Christine 

"Tout en Rose" Celehre Marche Vincent Scotto 

"Tout a' Vous" Valse Petite W. H. Tyers 

"UNREQUITED LOVE" (Ver- 

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"Under Love's Window" (Untcr 

Liebchen's Fenstcr) Waltz Paul Lincke 

Valse Bebe" Waltz Gordon H. D. 

Vessey 

"VALSE SEPTEMBRE" Waltz, also Song Felix Godin 

"VERA VIOLETTA" Waltz, also Song Edmund Eysier 

"Valse Slave" Waltz Jean Savasta 

"Venus on Earth" (Venus auf , 

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"WHISTLE FOR ME" Serenade Two-Step ...Arthur Fane 

"Whistling Tramps" (Lustigc 

Landstreichcr) American Intermezzo.. A. Tellier 

"Wedding Dance" (Hochzeits- 

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"YOU WILL NEVER KNOW" 

(Tu ne Sauras Jamais) Waltz, also Song Joseph Rico 

"Zu Dir" (To Thee) Waltz Max R. Steiner 

"ZAMBESI DANCE" (La Dance _ . rl . rC 

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Character Songs You'll Enjoy Singing! 



Al Jolson's side-splitting hit, as sung in"Dancing Around." 

I'm Glad My Wife's In Europe 



CHORUS 



JOHNSON- GOETZ-GOTTLER 




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Sung with great Success by Bernard Granville. 

Take Her Back If You Love Her 

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I've Loved You Since You Were A Baby 

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Al Jolson's rip -roaring Comedy Hit, sung in the Winter Garden 

Dancing The Blues Away Mc- CARTHY . J0HNS0N . FISHER 



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"THERE" means where you were born, "i Want to Be There" is not just "another" 
home-town song. It's a bigger and better home-town song than was ever written before. 
Recalls to everv mother's son and daughter the happiness of play-days — the ecstacy of 
love-da- s. It's a S2 r e bet that "I Want to Be There" will knock the sales-records sky 
high Why shouldn't it? It takes you home — to mothei — to the old dog Rovei — and 
to that "face so pleasin'"— OF COURSE you "want to be there." Today's the day 
to get your copy. Lyrics by Grant Clarke; music by Jimmie V. Monaco. Introduced 
and featured by the inimitable Bessie Wynn. 




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My Own Venetian Rose 



It's like "gilding refined gold" to attempt to praise this newest love song with superla- 
tives of speech. Suffice it to say that the words and music are by Al. Piantadosi. Jack 
Gloeau and Joe McCarthy. "My Own Venetian Rose" is the song that Mae Francis loves to sing. It's the song that 
YOU will love to sing. AND DANCERS!— here is good news for you! It is also published as a waltz under the title 
of "Venetian Rose." Get your partner quick when you hear this Hesitation of Hesitations. It s the dance hit of 
New Vork and Palm Beach. A haunting, resistless theme. You can't keep still when you hear it 



I WANT TO BE THERE 



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Other Popular 

"When You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big Red 

RoBe " The song with the melody you can't forget. 
"The Violin My Great Grand-Daddy Made." 
"Bum Diddle-de-um Dum, That's It" Great Novelty. 
"I'm Glad My Wife's in Europe." Sung by Al Jolson 

in "Pancing Around," at the Winter Garden. 
"Dancing the Blues Away." Sung by Emma Carus. 
"Why Not Sing Wearin' of the Green?" Blanche Ring's 

biggest hit since " Bedelia." 
"Take Her Back if You Love Her," by Bryan Sc Fischer. 



SPF.Cl.-1 1. NOTE You should get all these songs from you<- dealer. Please do so. 
If yon can't, send us six 2i stamps for one, or a dollar bill for any nine pieces Or- 
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Most of these pieces may also tie procured ior your Talking Machine or Player Piano. 
Orchestra leaders will gladly play any of them on request. Ask to hear them. 

"Shadowland" — that big Boston "hit" by Gilbert — has just been purchased by us. Intro- 
duced by Sousa and a band of 400 men at a big Concert in Boston. Price, Piano Solo, 30c ; 
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"Fatima Brown," by McCarthy & Monaco. 

"I Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a 8oldier." Song sen- 
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"I Want to Go to Tokio." (I sing a-high a-lee a-low.) 

"When It's Moonlight in Mayo." 

"There's a Little Spark of 
Love Still Burning." 
Kitty Gordon's Hit. 

"I'm So Lonely for You 
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Fascinating Night 60 

Ticking Love Taps 60 

Heaven Measured You 

For Me 60 

Best Toast of AlKLook in Her Eyes) 60 

Teenie-Eenie Weenie 60 

It Trills - It Thrills 60 

Venus Calls and I'll Obey 60 

Pretty Little Suzi 60 

Gallant, Brave Hussar. . 60 
The Ocean 60 

INSTRUMENTAL 

Trot ( One-Step ) 60 

Fox Trot 60 

Waltzes 75 

Selection l.OO 

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"AMINA" Song and Serenade Egyptienne .Paul Lincke 

"Beautiful Persia" (Belle Perse) . . . March Paul Lincke 

"Berceuse Tcndrc* (II Fait Si 

Bon Pres Dc Toi) Berceuse, also Song . . . Leo Denidcrff 

•"BRUDERLEIN FEIN" Waltz Leo Fall 

"Bunch of Roses" (El Punao d«! 

Rosas) Spanish March & Song. R. Chapi 

"BUTTERFLIES" (Schmctter- 

lings) Intermezzo & Song. . .Arthur Stcinke 

"Cocheco" Alasxan Love Dance . . Ernest Reeves 

"Coon's Birthday" Cakewalk & Two-Step. Paul Lincke 

"County Fair" (Bifalco Parade) . . . Characteristic F. Volpatti, Jr. 

"Cunning Cupid" Serenade WUh. Aletter 

"Dance of the Little Feet" (Pctits 

Pieds) Gavotte Gastonde Brevillc 

"Dandy Dan" Two-Step & Cakewalk. Julien Fredericks 

"DREAM KISSES" Song and Intermezzo D' Amour. .Earle E. Wilson 
"Dream Flowers" (Was Blumcn 

Traumen) Waltz I ntermezzo S. Translateur 

"DRUIDS PRAYER" Valse. also Song Gordon Davson 

"DOWN SOUTH" Sketch W. H. Myddleton 

"Die Musterwcibcr" Waltzes Franz Werther 

"El Cahira" Intermezzo Geo. Mewes 

"Eden Valse" Waltz Louis Iff 

"FIREFLIES (Geburtstag Stand- 

chen) Idyl, also Song Paul Lincke 

"Flowers That We Love" (Lea 

Flcurs que nous aimons) Song Octave Crettueux 

"Fresh Flowers" ( Frische Blumen) . I n te rmezzo Paul Lincke 

"Folies Bergcre" March Paul Lincke 

"GOLD AND SILVER" Waltz Franz Lehar 

"GLOW WORM (Gliihwurm- 

chen) Idyl, also Song Paul Lincke 

"HOBOMOKO" Indian Romance Ernest Reeves 

"Hanako" Song and Japanese Intermezzo ..Will Aletter 

"Hour of Love" (Hcure du 

Burger) Pastoral Serenade .... A. Tcllier 

"In Spite of You" (Malgre Toi!).. Song and Valse Joseph Rico 

"IN THE SHADOWS" Dance, also Song Herman Finck 

"IMAM" Song and Mcham'dan Serenade.. Nat D. Mann 

"Indiana" March & Two-Step Cremicux ft 

Boldi 

"Kwang Hsu" (Tcan Tse) Chinese Characteristic. Paul Lincke 

"LUN A WALTZ" (Frau Luna) . . . Waltz Paul Lincke 

"Love's Fancies" (Sinnbild) Waltz Paul Lincke 

"Laughing Cavalier" (Wenn die 

Bombe Platzt) March & Two-Step Paul Lincke 

"Love's Island" (Die Licbcsinsel) . March & Two-Step Paul Lincke 

"LAUGHING LOVE" (L'Amour 

Qui Rit) Song and March & Two-Step H. Christine 

"Lady Hamilton" Waltzes V. Hollacndcr 

"L'AMOUR DE L'APACHE" Valse G. Molasso 

"LA POLICHINETTE" Two-Step Valvcrde ft 

Torregrosa 

"LYSISTRATA" Waltz Paul Lincke 

"La Guapa" March Andalouse J. Buisson 

"Liline" Tango Christine 

"L'Amour" Valse Christine 



"Many Happy Returns" (Oh Ihr 

Wciber) 

"Meistcrsinger von Berlin" 

"Mystic Beauty" 

"MARS1NAH" 

"Malmaison" 

"Magic Shadows" 

"MARIETTE" (Maritchen-Maric) 



•"MISS DUDELSACK" Waltz Rudolph N*| so „ 

••"MISS DUDELSACK" Selection R. Nelson 

"My Paradise" (Mon Paradis) Song Candiolo & B 

Macdonald 

"Nuvida" Oriental Intermezzo ..E. B. Claypook 

"Nights of Gladness" Waltz Chas. AnelinV 

"NIGHT OWLS" (La Rondc du 

Soir) Valse Vincent Scotto 

"New Valse Chaloupee" Waltz Pctrus Martin 

"On the Road to Zag-a-Zig" A Desert Journey Herman Finck 

"ON THE BOSPORUS" (Am 

Bosporus) Turkish Intermezzo .. Paul Lincke 

"Outside Inn" (Gehn wir noch 

in's Cafe) March & Two-Step Paul Lincke 

"PARADE OF TIN SOLDIERS" 

(Parade der Zinn Soldaten) March; also Song Leon Jcsstl 

"Pavanne Rccamier" Dance "Recamier" A. Tellicr 

"Piquant" (Pikanterien) Waltz Franz Lchar 

"Paul Lincke's Barn Dance" Barn Dance Paul Lincke 

"Police Parade" (Schutzmann's 

Marsch) March Paul Lincke 

•"ROSE MAID" Waltz Bruno Granith- 

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••"ROSE MAID" Selection B. Granichstsed 

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"SAINTS AND SINNERS" Valse Lente Gordon Davton 

"SPRING, BEAUTIFUL 

SPRING" (O, Friihling wie bist 

du so Schbn) Waltz Paul Lincke 

"SOFTLY UNAWARES" (Heim- 
lich, Still und Leiae) I dyl, also Song Paul Lincke 

"SIAMESE PATROL" (Siames- 

ische Wachtparade) March Paul Lincke 

"SHEILA VALSE" Waltz Nemo 

"SHEILA'S WEDDING" One or Two-Step Nemo 

»"SIREN" Waltz Leo Fall 

••"SIREN" Selection No. 1 Leo Fall 

••"SIREN" Selection No. 2 Leo Fall 

"SUMURUN" Intermezzo, also Song.V. Hollaendcr 

"Sumurun" Parade V. Ho aender 

•"SUMURUN" Waltz V. Ho aender 

—Sumurun" Selection V. Hollander 

"SARASA" Dance J" a ^wit 

•"SPRING MAID" Waltz H.Reinhardt 

""SPRING MAID" Selection ?, £ „"wdt 

"Spring Maid" March H. Reinhardt 

"Thaia" Valse Lente Oriental. E. C. Knox 

"That Fascinating Waltz" Waltz Paul Lincke 

"Tire, Tire, Ninette!" March Ch n »«'" 

"Tout en Rose" Celehre Marche Vince nt b"tto 

"Tout a' Vous" Valse Petite W. H. Tyers 

"UNREQUITED LOVE" (Vcr- _ . . . , ke 

schmahte Liebe) Waltz Paul Lincke 



"Mon Cheri" 

"MYRELLA" (Myrella La Jolic) 

•MODERN EVE" 

"MODERN EVE" 



March & Two-Step Paul Lincke 

Potpourri Paul Lincke 

A Veil Dance Herman Finck 

Valse Orientale Philippe Carton 

Valse Pedro de Zulueta 

Waltz N. Zardo 

Character Piece & Song. Stcrny ft 

Courquin 

Waltz Rudolphc Bcrgtr 

March, also Song D. Berniaux 

Waltz V. Hollaendcr 

Selection V. Hollacndcr 



"Under Love's Window' 
Liebchcn's Fenstcr) 
Valse Bebe" 



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.Waltz Paul Lincke 

Waltz Gordon H. u. 

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"VALSE SEPTEMBRE" Waltz, also Song Z^'^dTyUr 

"VERA VIOLETTA" Waltz, also Song f dmU e" lv asta 

"Valse Slave" Waltz Jean Savas 

"Venus on Earth" (Venus auf p au l Lincke 

Erden) • Waltz Fa ne 

"WHISTLE FOR ME" Serenade Two-Step ...Arthur 



zo.. A. Tcllier 
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"Whistling Tramps" (Lustigc 

Landstreicher) American Intermez 

"Wedding Dance" (Hochzeits- 

rcigen) Waltz 

"YOU WILL NEVER KNOW" . h Rico 

(Tu ne Sauras Jamais) Waltz, also Song J oscp ^ 

"Zu Dir" (To Thee) Waltz Max K 

"ZAMBESI DANCE" (La Dance - h Bor el-Clcrc 

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Fascinating- Night 




Lyric by 
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Music by 
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I Want What I Want When I Want It 



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To The Land Of My Own Romance 

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If Only You Were Mine 

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I'm So Busy - 

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